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Regardless of your language level, we have something for you! Come by with your questions and our knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff will find a resource that caters to your need. Check out our collection of resources on the left sidebar.

Join My French Space on WISE for resources and help documents provided by the LLC. Every year we have a Language Assistant, a French native speaker, available for language practice. You can sign up for tutoring with your Language Assistant through WISE. For a step-by-step on joining WISE sites and signing up for tutoring, check out this document.

The LLC offers various software programs such as TellMeMore, Rosetta Stone and System D for your independent learning of French.

Planning on studying abroad? The LLC has put together a list of helpful resources and ideas of things you can be doing now to prepare you for your perspective country.

Bring some friends and come over to the World Languages Studio (Ford 101) to check out our new French board games!

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LLC French Blog

The Day Carmen won Our Hearts Bonjour tout le monde! Ça va? Moi, ça va, actually I’m really excited to tell you about what some of you missed this week and, at the same time, I can’t help feeling sorry, precisely because not all of you came to the Portland Opera with the French Department! So, here’s what you missed in Glee […]

Friends and FROMAGES! Many of you came and tasted delicious cheese from various different regions of France at last nights wonderful Soirée Fromages organized by the French  department and French club! Here are some pictures of people enjoying one of France’s most important culinary traditions. Saint-Marcellin, Comté, Saint Agur Blue, Abbay de Belloc and Brie de Meaux Les Beaux […]

Willamette World News from France! France’s Future, Economy & Environment: a Pragmatic and Optimistic Outlook By promain on Oct 22, 2014 in France | Edit Well hello there! Hope everything is awesome at Willamette, even though I have very little doubts about this according to my personal experience, and that y’all are enjoying life! Coming back from picking grapes in Alsace (a pretty […]

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